A step-by-step guide to grasping the basics of Italian verbs
Over 66 million people around the world speak Italian, and Italian remains a popular choice for American students studying a foreign language. Italian Verbs For Dummies is ideal for those who have a basic knowledge of Italian but wish to improve their fluency by mastering the nuances of Italian verbs. This plain-English guide provides coverage of basic sentence structure, moods, tenses, and regular and irregular verbs, along with exercises to make conjugating Italian verbs a snap. It can also serve as a supplementary resource for students to use alongside classroom books.
Teresa L. Picarazzi (Fairfield, CT) is currently Adjunct Professor of Italian at Fairfield University and a full-time Italian teacher at Trumbull High School.
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Teresa L. Picarazzi has taught Italian language, literature, and cinema for over 20 years at a number of universities, including Dartmouth College, The University of Arizona, and Wesleyan University. She currently teaches Italian at The Hopkins School in New Haven. She has lived, studied, conducted research, and directed study-abroad programs in Florence, Siena, Urbino, Cortona, and Ravenna. She has two edited volumes and several articles in the area of contemporary Italian political theater and cultural studies. She is also the author of a feminist psychoanalytic book, entitled Maternal Desire: Natalia Ginzburg’s Mothers, Daughters, and Sisters, on one of Italy’s foremost twentieth-century authors. She lives in Connecticut with her husband, Giancarlo, their daughter Emilia, and their dog, Toby, during the school year and in Ravenna during the summer.
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Descrizione libro For Dummies, 2006. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0471773891
Descrizione libro For Dummies, 2006. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110471773891